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MANILA, Philippines - TV5 Network's entertainment show Paparazzi has already aired its final show last July 29 while Juicy! will go off air on August 4. The report was confirmed by PEP.ph and indeed Paparazzi finally went off air after 2 years and 3 months of airing. On the July 29 show, the hosts never said their goodbyes on air but apparently they were advised by TV5 management.

Paparazzi was first hosted by Cristy Fermin, Dolly Ann Carvajal, Ruffa Gutierrez, DJ Mo Twister and Hayden Kho. After the exit of DJ Mo and Ruffa, Zoren Legaspi and Mariel Rodriguez joined the cast only this year, meanhwile Mr. Fu or Jeffrey Espiritu in real-life has been a segment host of Paparazzi under Paparazzada.

One of its hosts, DJ Mo Twister was involved with the alleged "abortion" scandal where Kapuso actress Rhian Ramos was directly pointed by the host. The video expose was uploaded in YouTube featuring DJ Mo Twister exposing the abortion made by Rhian Ramos. The video expose happened days after DJ Mo Twister said his goodbye from Paparazzi in December 2011.

Ruffa Gutierrez also shared her own spice after she resigned from the show last June 2012 due to a malicious segment during her birthday celebration on Paparazzi. She vented out her emotions over her official Twitter page after the show.

Meanwhile, the daily showbiz talk show Juicy! is confirmed to air its final show on August 4 after four years of airing. It was originally hosted by Alex Gonzaga and IC Mendoza since 2008 and later on, Cristy Fermin and Shalala joined the two in 2010.

Based from PEP.ph report, a new showbiz-oriented show entitled "Ang Latest" will replaced both Paparazzi and Juicy. The new show will have its daily program for 30 minutes and 1 hour during the weekend and apparently Cristy Fermin and Mr. Fu will be back to host the new show plus Congresswoman Lucy Torres-Gomez.

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